Appearance:From 1/8 to 1/2 inch long; yellowish to greenish-brown or reddish-brown; four pairs of long, thin legs.
Habits:Fond in open areas on foliage and tree trunks, or on shady walls outside buildings.
Diet:Small insects and decaying organic matter; plant juices.
Reproduction:Females deposit eggs into soil individually; eggs over winter and hatch in the spring; one generation a year.
Other Information:Legs break off easily and cannot be regenerated; if disturbed, they furiously wave second pair of legs in the air.
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